Course ID: BBWYS

Board Beginnings – Why You Should and How You Can

Often, people hear “board of directors” and think of a group of white-haired people sitting around a table talking about a business and then going home until the next meeting. That’s fine – if that’s what you want. But a carefully chosen board of directors will bring a lot of value to a company and its executives. This program explores why and how to build a board, pitfalls, leading practices to help the board thrive, and alternatives to having a quarterly meeting of white-haired folks out-of-touch with the business.


Learning Objectives

 * Identify how a board helps the company, director duties and roles, and situations to avoid  * Recognize leading practices that can help the board stay focused on issues, and keep it from becoming derailed


Major Topics

* How a board can help the company * What directors should bring to the board * Dangerous behaviors around the board table * Leading practices that help the board be productive and effective * Alternatives to having a formal board


Advanced Preparations

None


Who Should Attend

While there are no specific prerequisites, participants are anticipated to be those (1) on a board, (2) working closely with their company’s board of directors, and (3) company leaders considering what benefit a board can do for their company and how to make it happen.


Fields of Study

Management Services

Prerequisites

General knowledge of director responsibilities and board practices.


Provider

Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits

4

Level

Basic

This course is available for your group as:

 

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